Bob says that he thought they were clicking, and he assumes they had a better time than her and Danny did. He wants to know why Danny got invited up but didn't. She says that it's because she thought she and Bob were really clicking. Bob says he shouldn't get punished for being more fun than Danny. He says that's not fair. I think I heard this line when I was seventeen. Wanna know why Danny got invited up and you didn't Bob? Because if the guy is really boring, you'll try and at least get some physical satisfaction out of the date. You don't care what he thinks of you. If you like the guy you want him to know you're a "good girl." Here's a tip: If you just want a girl's booty, then act like an asshole. If she sleeps with you, she didn't like you. If she didn't sleep with you, then you've got to decide if you want to date her. But if you really like a girl and act like yourself and want to date her, you're gonna have to wait. Elaine gives Bob the fierce "Goodnight, Bob" with the chest push. As Elaine walks away Bob sighs and deflates a bit. The oboe sings its sad, sad song. Elaine walks into her apartment in tears. She pushes her hair back as we go to a commercial.
I don't care how bad Play It To the Bone is going to be. They had me at "Antonio."
I'm terrified that if I use Colgate Total that when I open my mouth to talk to someone important they will hear the sound of my toothpaste working all day long. That's a scary sound, man.
Commercial for Get Real. "If you've never seen Get Real before..." then you aren't alone. In fact, the only person you definitely aren't is me.
Billy walks in with his Palmer Girl music, but his girls are not there. Ally stops him to comment that he's walking a bit "naked" today. Billy sasses that he doesn't have any meetings today so she can stop being such a poopiehead. Where does Ally get all of her long pencils with big, chunky erasers for sucking? Billy walks off so Elaine can walk up. She's dressed in all black. It's more United than Audrey. She's even wearing some wings on her shoulder. Dressing like a priss has affected her speech as well, and she perfunctorily gives Ally a rundown of the day's events. Ally asks her what's wrong. Elaine says that nothing is wrong, of course. Ally asks how her date went. Elaine compares Bob to a salmon swimming upstream to spawn. Ally has only a quick moment to squint before John walks off the elevator. Ally's head swivels for a few minutes before she decides she needs to talk to John more than Elaine. Today Ally is wearing a purple v-neck shirt that has drawstring on the cuffs. I haven't worn drawstring cuffs since I was seven. Ally walks towards John, but Nelle stops him first and gives him a kiss. Nelle is in her "She's got great hair" spotlight. Ally turns around, gives Elaine the hand, and walks into her office. John tells Richard that he really needs to talk to him. Richard gives Nelle a drive-by wattle fingering.